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ABC News 19 Aug 2020

What to watch for on night 3 of the Democratic Convention


ABC News Deputy Political Director MaryAlice Parks discusses what to watch for on the third night of the convention, including speeches from Kamala Harris and former President Obama News">Barack Obama.

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The first of three of socially distanced debates between Donald Trump and Joe Biden takes place on Tuesday night in Ohio.

Tens of millions of Americans will get a close up look at the Republican and Democratic candidates hoping to win the presidential election on 3 November.

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Sen. Kamala Harris apologizes directly to the parents of Kayla Mueller, who are in attendance at the debate, and said that she knows Joe Biden feels the same way about the death of their daughter.

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